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  • "Exchange Select" quality and price registering with military families

    Military shoppers in search of the best value for their dollar are increasingly reaching for "private label" products manufactured under the exchange services' "Exchange Select" brand. The steady demand for affordably priced, quality products by the military community continues to drive expansion of the "Exchange Select," available exclusively at
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  • Crime prevention and you

    How many times have you heard someone say on television or in real life that they "don't want to get involved", "something is none of their business" or they "want to be left out of it?" When it comes to crime prevention that is an attitude we must not allow. As the crime prevention manager for the base, it is my job to look at things and try to
  • AFPC commander discusses future force

    The commander of the Air Force Personnel Center addressed the service's current reduction in force, recapitalization and modernization during a base community council meeting Aug. 2 at Mission's End. "Our three main objectives are to win this war, develop our Airmen and modernize our force," said Maj. Gen. Anthony Przybyslawski, who's been in
  • Three combat Airmen recognized

    Three Team Whiteman members earned Bronze Star medals for displaying exceptionally meritorious service while deployed in support of Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. Brig. Gen. Greg Biscone, 509th Bomb Wing commander, presented the Bronze Star to Capt. Adam Minnich and Tech. Sgt. Richard Barker, both from the 509th Logistics Readiness
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  • Steering clear of dangerous body building items

    Summertime and the living' is easy. Party Cove is hopping, and individuals are "buffing" up for the show. But beware. Multiple, dangerous supplements are out there to ruin your fun. Two dangerous items on the market are NO-Xplode™ and Clenbuterol™. NO-Xplode™ is marketed as an extreme nitric oxide and creatine surge. The bottle states it will
  • AAFES implements civil recovery program for shoplifters

    Inventory shrinkage, a combination of employee theft, shoplifting, vendor fraud and administrative error, cost the nation's retailers $32.3 billion last year, according to the national retail security survey, which analyzed theft incidents from 116 of the largest retail chains. Thirty-one percent of the losses were the result of shoplifters. The
  • Public Affairs and Visual Information merger to enhance strategic communications

    A new era of Air Force communication capabilities began Aug. 1 at Whiteman as the Visual Information shop started the process of merging with the Public Affairs office. "The merger is happening because in a world of 24-hour news cycles and instant communication there is a real-time demand to tell the Air Force story to the public," said Maj. Joe